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Barron's says Liberty Media Interactive (LINTA) is a bargain. Shares trade at a depressed...

Barron's says Liberty Media Interactive (LINTA) is a bargain. Shares trade at a depressed multiple of just 10 thanks to its hard-to-grasp tracking-stock status (which it's expected to jettison); its unappreciated stakes in public companies (EXPE, TREE, IILG, HSNI); and goodwill charges against its 2003 purchase of QVC.
Comments (5)
  • Stock ran up 50% since Sept 2010, current yrly and monthly earning off 50 and 75%, institutions have been net sellers, has violated 20 & 65EMA support, Sept run up was after it had regained 20, 65 & 200 EMA, so what is different this time, no earnings to support near term run up, if recent history is a guide it will violate 200EMA before it breaks above 65 EMA.


    Barrons says "Bulls on the stock think an improving economy and strong marketing will expand QVC's 11 million customer base and lift earnings by double-digits next year,"


    I say "Show me the money (earnings)"
    27 Mar 2011, 04:56 PM Reply Like
  • Great! And thank you! Reports like yours are what this form should be about, a sharing of information.
    27 Mar 2011, 09:59 PM Reply Like
  • I still see an impressive list of reasons NOT to invest. If anything, it looks like an expensive risk to me.
    27 Mar 2011, 05:24 PM Reply Like
  • You could take a dump in a box and Barron's would call it undervalued. They're the CNBC of print.
    28 Mar 2011, 12:04 AM Reply Like
  • linta is a bargain compare to its nav
    7 Apr 2011, 04:59 PM Reply Like
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